Bryan J. Green, CSCS,graduated with his B.S. in Exercise Science from the University of New Mexico. He currently works at the Performance Ranch, where he is the youth athletics strength and conditioning coach. His research interests include resistance training for injury prevention, using exercise to improve body function for the general population, return-to-play program design, and resistance training to enhance athletic performance.
Zachary Mang, Ph.D.,is a postdoc research associate for the wellness program at the Los Alamos National Lab, where he specializes in strength and conditioning for structural firefighters. His research interests include resistance training for hypertrophy, oxidative adaptations to resistance training, and using resistance training as a frontline defense to prevent chronic disease.
Jeremy Ducharme, B.S.,is a doctoral student in the Exercise Science program at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, where he works as a teaching and research assistant. His research interests include exercise among older adults, specifically assessments of maximal oxygen consumption and adaptations from resistance training.
Len Kravitz, Ph.D., CSCS,is the program coordinator of Exercise Science and a researcher at the University of New Mexico, where he received the Outstanding Teacher of the Year and Presidential Award of Distinction. His research interests are in energy expenditure and exercise program design.
Disclosure:The authors declare no conflict of interest and do not have any financial disclosures.